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Saturday 15th March

with games-related projections in Broadway Cafebar from Monday 10th – Sunday 16th March

Screenplay, Broadway’s 3rd annual event for everyone interested in computer games and the impact they have on our culture and environment. This year’s event will bring together industry designers, digital artists, writers and fans to discuss the virtual environments games are creating for us, and the wider issues surrounding the gaming phenomenon. Members of the discussion panel will include David Doak, of Freeradical Design (Timesplitters and GoldenEye) and Professor Steve Benford of Nottingham University's Mixed Realities Lab (Desert Rain).


Discussion panel Screen 2, 10.30am free

Big-screen gaming tournament Cafébar, 10.30am £1 entry per person

Lunch for delegates* Cafébar, 12.30pm free

Matinee screening: War Games Screen 2, 1.00pm £2

Retro games exhibition The Mezz, all day free

Evening Screening: Metropolis Screen 2, 6pm usual cinema ticket prices

Plus more demos and exhibitions, the chance to discuss gaming at close quarters with designers and to find out about the latest developments in research and technology. The post-panel lunch will offer the opportunity to meet fellow fans and people across a range of fields and interests.

* Find out about getting into the games industry as a career
* Exchange ideas and information with gamers, writers, thinkers and artists
* Watch demonstrations of new technologies and discover a new generation of game designers
* Network and make contacts
* Discover online gaming and how you can get involved
* See how games technology and virtual reality are used in many other areas
* Challenge a game designer in a knockout competition with the chance to win prizes!

For further information about Screenplay or to book for the event, please call Rasheeqa Ahmad on 0115 952 6600 or email [email protected].

*Please specify if you would like to attend the lunch for delegates as numbers are limited.

This event is co-organised by Broadway Education and Frank Abbott of Nottingham Trent University

Rasheeqa Ahmad
Broadway Cinema
0115 952 6600